26 June 2021

Challenge #446 - OLC Monogram

 Hey LIMettes!

We're back with our latest challenge which may make you get your thinking cap on. It's ONE LAYER CARD time and we'd love to see a monogram on your cards.

Here's a couple of definitions. 

1. a motif of two or more interwoven letters, typically a person's initials, used to identify a personal possession or as a logo
2. a design consisting of two or more alphabetic letters combined or interlaced, commonly one's initials

Now, we're not that cruel.... we will be happy for two or more letters and they do not necessarily have to be intertwined. So hopefully that will make it easier for you all.


To be eligible for showCASe and PRIZE WINNER choices you will need to carefully follow the guidance on our GLOSSARY OF TERMS and our HOW TO PLAY pages.Your design should feature lots of clean / white / blank / non patterned / non textured space.


We have a fabulous Guest Designer joining us for this challenge, the immensely talented Joanne James, who was our overall April winner.  Thanks so much for joining us, Joanne.  

Here's her super creation (pssst! and she has another gorgeous creation on her blog so please pop over for a visit!)...

Guest Designer: 

Now let's see what fantastic inspiration the design team have created for you and please do check out their personal blogs if you have the time as there could be a couple of bonus cards there!

We hope you'll feel inspired to play along with us.

Our Facebook page can be found HERE as well as our Instagram page HERE .

Our monthly showCASes and winners announcements will be in one bumper post here on the blog and it is usually posted on the Friday following closure of the last challenge in the month so keep visiting to see if you are one of our lucky entries!

Enjoy the challenge, keep those entries CAS and have fun!

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

Click here to enter


  1. Such amazing examples. Though I will pass this weeks challenge. Good luck for everyone else who is playing along with this challenge.

  2. It really feels good to find an idea blog post such as this, nice articles.



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